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Re: [Mgs] Spurned an offer

Subject: Re: [Mgs] Spurned an offer
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Date: Mon, 18 Mar 2013 18:56:57 -0400
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Well said dontoy. I admire and respect your response.  Sadly, my dad was more 
about bonding over lawn maintainance.  My children have no interest in cars 
except as transportation.  Our youngest is 31 and never cared to learn how to 
drive a straight shift.  Still, I've had old British cars since HS and 50 years 
later they are still a special treat to own and drive....Mel
---- wrote: 
> My father drove my TF home from Pittsburgh in 1971 for $1750. The TF was the 
> thing that bonded my father and I. He golfed and played cards. I never did 
> get bit by the golf bug. We sure did enjoy our wrench turning sessions in the 
> garage. I can't imagine any circumstances that would cause me to sell the MG, 
> his spirit lives there. It lives in all the bodges that I still work to undo, 
> it lives in the Moss red vinyl interior he installed. People used to inquire 
> about me selling. No one has for years. I think they can tell. Might have 
> something to do with the shit eating grin I'm sporting while behind the 
> wheel. 
> Donald J. Toy 
> "all great men are dead...and I'm not feeling well" 
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